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Grow Dat!

Farm program for teenagers cultivates four acres in City Park

Access to Opportunity

Partnership for Youth Development works to extend success beyond the classroom

The St. Bernard Project

In February 2006, Washington, D.C., lawyer Zack Rosenburg and his partner Liz McCartney came to St. Bernard Parish to feed people. Five years later, they’re still here.

Catch of the Day

Louisiana Seafood Festival in the Quarter Benefits Local Fishermen

The Cultural Economy Gets A Boost

Louisiana’s creative economy is a $12 billion industry

Tuning In

The only FM radio reading service in the country offers news, pop culture, cooking tips, fiction and more

Raise for the Cure

A pork cook-off called Hogs for the Cause helps children suffering from brain cancer

Food for Thought

The Emeril Lagasse Foundation supports nutritional programs for kids as well as NOCCA’s new culinary arts program

Rapid Recovery

The St. Thomas Community Health Center provide quality care (quickly) for local residents

No Child Left Behind

Share Our Strength is eliminating hunger one child at a time

Smoking Out the Truth

FATE reaches out to girls and explains why they should just say no to cigarettes

Young Visionaries

Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools challenges students to reimagine and help reform their educational environments

What Dreams Are Made Of

Zach Strief’s charitable foundation helps local children be all they can be

Stemming the Tide

The Gulf Restoration Network aims to protect the natural resources that are central to the lives of Louisianans

The Fertile Crescent City

Helping locals grow good food is only part of the New Orleans Food and Farm Network’s mission

Southern Comfort

New Orleanians offer relief to the people of Haiti

Best Foot Forward

Jewelry designer Thomas Mann steps up and gives back by joining forces with TOMS Shoes

The Cycle of Life

RUBARB teaches kids teamwork while helping them refurbish used bikes

Noble Cause

A high-profile executive keeps a low profile building houses through Project Home Again

Agent of Change

HandsOn New Orleans connects volunteers with nonprofits in need

A Class by Itself

By bringing artists into schools, KID smART keeps kids interested–and learning

Getting the Green Light

Through Consciously Rebuilding, residents learn the benefits of being eco-friendly

Vet Smart

Southern Animal Foundation’s Spay NOLA program makes it easy (and affordable) to do the right thing

It Takes a Village

A Shared Initiative Inc. works with residents to rebuild the St. Claude corridor

A Beautiful Thing

For E. J. Encalarde, mentoring and empowering young girls is a calling

Pro Bono Publico

Louisiana Appleseed taps local lawyers to assist the public

A Year to Remember

City Year changes the lives of its recruits and those they volunteer to help

Thinking About Tomorrow

Seedco Financial Services cultivates the future of New Orleans’ small businesses

That’ll Teach ’Em!

Operation REACH’s tutoring programs make academic success a reality

Sending an SOS

Anne Rheams and the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation saved the lake, now they aim to save our coast

Long Live Lakeview

Al Petrie, president of the Lakeview Civic Improvement Association, fights for his neighborhood

Going Global

Beth Galante quit practicing law to build energy-efficient homes in the Ninth Ward

Building A Movement

Girls First helps at-risk girls become strong women through sports

Pride of Place

Lucas Díaz’s Puentes organization helps Latinos thrive in New Orleans

Knowledge Is Power

Led by Angela Daliet, Save Our Schools NOLA is helping to improve the education system